The St. Louis Metropolitan Police Division (SLMPD) serves the City of St. Louis. This page is provided as a courtesy service to direct visitors to the Official SLMPD website.
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Helpful Phone Numbers
- Emergencies: 9-1-1
- Non-Emergencies: (314) 231-1212
- Obtain a Police Report: (314) 444-5551
- Obtain a Background Check: (314) 444-5541
- Crimestoppers: 1-866-371-TIPS (8677) or (314) 241-COPS (2677), website
- Internal Affairs: (314) 444-5652
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News and Announcements
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Creates Division of Civilian Oversight to Strengthen Accountability, Improve Trust Between Police and Community
The bill strengthens existing oversight provisions, and the Division will investigate police misconduct and initiate the disciplinary process.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Civilian Oversight Board,Civilian Oversight | 08/03/2022
St. Louis Opens Registrations for City’s National Night Out in October
St. Louis’ National Night Out will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, from 6pm to 9pm.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Neighborhood Stabilization Team,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 07/05/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Signs Executive Order Prohibiting Use of No-Knock Warrants by Police in City of St. Louis
The order prevents law enforcement from entering an individual’s property without notification
News/Announcement | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 06/14/2022
City of St. Louis Outlines Violence Prevention Efforts, Summer Fun STL Youth Programming Locations Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend
In addition to concentrated patrols by the Police Department, the City of St. Louis is working to expand youth programming efforts across the city.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department | 05/26/2022
City of St. Louis Urges Residents to Utilize “Lock It For Love” Gun Lock Program at St. Louis Fire Engine Houses, Select Public Library Branches, Area SLMPD Stations
Following the tragic shootings of multiple children in the past week, City leaders are urging residents to utilize the city’s free gun lock program.
Press release | Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department,Fire Department,Office of the Mayor | 03/30/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Signs Bill Making St. Louis More Competitive in Police Officer Retention While Protecting City Tax Dollars
Board Bill 195 requires police officers who leave SLMPD within four years of completing their training to compensate the city for said training.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department,Board of Aldermen | 03/24/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones, World Wide Technology Host Black Mayors from Across the US for Tech Summit in St. Louis
Jones and WWT Founder Dave Steward welcomed fellow Black mayors for a summit focused on tech solutions to the issues faced in every city.
Press release | Office of the Mayor,Department of Public Safety | 03/10/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones Joins Everytown for Gun Safety to Commemorate Black History Month as City Moves Community Violence Intervention (CVI) Program Expansion
The Black History Month video emphasizes how St. Louis bucked national crime trends, witnessing a 25 percent reduction in homicides.
Press release | Office of the Mayor | 02/28/2022
Mayor Tishaura O. Jones, Joined by Center for Policing Equity and Violence Prevention Commission, Hold Town Hall Outlining Principles to Reimagine Public Safety
Jones and others held a virtual town hall meeting to take questions from the public and outline principles for reimagining public safety.
Press release | Metropolitan St. Louis Police Department,Office of the Mayor | 09/24/2021
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